Torino: Vanoli Discusses Superga Visit and Transfers, Defence is a Priority

Paolo Vanoli, the new manager of Torino, has begun to immerse himself in the world of the Granata.

Yesterday, he spent time getting to know both the Torino team and the city of Turin.

Vanoli’s adventure in Piedmont couldn’t have started off in a better way.

The Varese-born coach visited Superga, expressing his reverence for the history of the club.

“Understanding the club’s history is fundamental for any new coach,” Vanoli said in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The immediate focus for Vanoli has been the defensive line, as Torino prepares for the transfer market.

“Strengthening the defence is my top priority,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

The next two days will see Vanoli delving deeper into the workings of the club, as he continues to acquaint himself with his new surroundings.

The coach’s commitment to his new role has been met with optimism from the club’s supporters and staff.

Torino’s sporting director, Davide Vagnati, expressed his confidence in Vanoli’s abilities.

“Paolo’s experience and vision will be incredibly valuable to us this season,” Vagnati stated during a press conference.

Vanoli’s proactive approach is already generating buzz, and expectations for the season ahead are high.

As the transfer window approaches, fans are eagerly anticipating the moves that will shape the future of the team.

With Vanoli at the helm, Torino aims to fortify its squad and climb higher in the league standings.

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